By Ernest Hemingway
THE purely entire assortment through THE NOBEL PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR
during this definitive selection of Ernest Hemingway's brief tales, readers will savour the author's such a lot liked classics reminiscent of "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," "Hills Like White Elephants," and "A fresh, Well-Lighted Place," and may notice seven new stories released for the 1st time during this assortment. For Hemingway lovers The entire brief Stories is a useful treasury.
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Lastly, it will perhaps be pretty generally said that everything is good in its own place; and that, although, as a rule, the too polished style of the authors detracts from the charm of the letters of society, the carelessness of the present ones becomes a real fault and makes them insufferable when sent to the printer’s.
Louis reduces the power of the French nobility (represented here by Valmont and Merteuil), which had been a serious threat to the king and central authority. This conflict was settled by 1653, with Louis’s triumph in the Fronde, the civil wars that embroiled him and the nobility between 1648 and 1653. Louis built (1661-1670) his palace at Versailles and maintained a financially ruinous court to keep his nobles in check. Versailles became a kind of permanent masquerade, with a daily life ritualized to the most minute detail—right down to the red shoes people were expected to wear at court.
16). Valmont’s credentials as a seducer are impeccable, and the list of his conquests long, so the project is child’s play for him, as he himself says: To seduce a young girl, who has seen nothing, knows nothing, who would be, so to speak, delivered defenseless into my hands, whom a first compliment would not fail to intoxicate, and whom curiosity will perhaps more readily entice than love. Twenty others can succeed and these as well as I (p. 19). Merteuil must use every possible argument—Valmont’s getting even with Gercourt, Valmont’s reputation as a Don Juan, even a renewal of her sexual liaison with Valmont—to convince her hesitant ally.